Your daily news recap: Prep school verdict, refugee deaths, Trump and higher taxes

Mixed verdict in prep school assault case

Friday brought "some measure of justice" for the victim of a sexual assault at a New Hampshire prep school, her family said. The former student she said raped her was convicted on one felony and three misdemeanors, but acquitted of the most serious charges: three counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault.
"There is no joy in this outcome, however, as our daughter can never get back what she has lost," the family said.
    Owen Labrie, who had planned to go to Harvard and take divinity classes, faces a maximum sentence of 11 years.

    Arrests made in Europe after scores of bodies found

    As countries in Europe struggle to cope with huge numbers of migrants and refugees, authorities in Austria made a gruesome discovery on the highway from Vienna to Budapest. On the side of the road, an abandoned box truck, and in the back, 71 bodies, including three children.
    Police in Hungary said they arrested three Bulgarian citizens and an Afghan citizen in connection with the deaths.
    In Italy, authorities arrested 10 people in connection with the deaths of 52 people.

    Trump: I'm rich; I can pay more

    Donald Trump, billionaire real estate mogul and presidential candidate, says he is cool with sending more of his money to Washington. "You've seen my statements. I do very well. I don't mind paying a little more in taxes. The middle class is getting clobbered in this country," the GOP favorite in the polls said Friday.
    So who would pay more during a Trump presidency? Hedge fund people, he said. The way they -- and real estate investors -- earn money is taxed differently at a lower rate. They didn't build this country, the middle class did, Trump said.